Los Angeles district reviews iPad initiative

10/7/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles Board of Education later this month will review its $1 billion iPad program before it embarks on the next phase of the initiative. The Los Angeles Unified School District has introduced iPads at about a dozen schools so far, but the rollout has been rocky, with reports of glitches and security breaches by students who deleted filters to access unauthorized websites.

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